Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

Over one Million People Stage Massive Anti-Trump Protests Across U.S.

Over one Million People Stage Massive Anti-Trump Protests Across U.S.

NEW YORK - Over one million people Saturday took to the streets and staged rallies across the United States to protest against President Donald Trump's first full day as the 45th U.S. President.
In New York City, at least 200,000 crowd gathered near Trump Tower in Manhattan for the Women's March on New York City.
Carrying signs that said "Dear Trump Don't be the person we think" and "I wish your inauguration was fake news!." More and more people lined the streets on the 42nd Street and 58 Street, waiting for taking part in the Women's March on NYC. Police have already blacked the roads.
At the New York march, Bridget Mills, 41, told Xinhua "I hope it sends a message (to Trump) that we're listening, we are paying attention to if he cares morally about people's civil rights and America's standing in the world."
Gengil, in her 20s, lives in Halem, black, marching with five of her sisters, said "our diverse America is inclusive, resilient, brave, and it is for white, black, latino, Asian etc., this is the message we want to send to President Trump."
Cynthia Stern, middle aged woman, said "I'm not accepting the things I cannot change, I'm changing the things I cannot accept. Protest has changed many many things (in U.S. history), including women's rights to vote by the civil rights movement in the 60s." (Xinhua)